|Art Exhibit Portrays Interactions, Beginnings, and Miniature Monumentalities - Julie Steele|
Justin Center says he gets his artwork through his interactions, while Lawrence Mathis tries to portray beginnings and miniature monumentalities. Both artists will be featured in an upcoming exhibit hosted by the Jewish Federation of Greater Chattanooga. Form and Space: Works by Austin Center and Lawrence Mathis opens April 19 and will continue through June 3rd
Keywords: Jewish Federation of Chattanooga; Art
|Torah Covers: Sacred Textiles - Rabbit Zielke|
The Jewish Federation of Greater Chattanooga is hosting an exhibit at the Jewish Cultural Center. Torah Covers:Sacred Textiles will include historic and contemporary Torah Covers from artists and synagogues across the country. There are examples of High Holiday covers as well as colorful Torah covers used throughout the year. The public is invited to attend a free reception on Thursday, December 15th at 5:30 at the Jewish Cultural Center to view and discuss the Torah Covers...
Keywords: Torah Covers; Jewish Federation of Greater Chattanooga; Jewish Cultural Center
Keywords: Beyond The Pale; WBAI; San Francisco Jewish Federation; The Only Democracy; Israel; Palestine; Muzzlewatch; Occupation
|Women of Letters 2011 - Rabbit Zielke|
The Jewish Cultural Center presents two evenings with two literary women on Chattanooga. Monday December 5th will feature Ruth Holmberg, publisher emeritus of The Chattanooga Times in an evening event Ruth and Chocolate. The Jewish Federation's Communication Director Rachel Schulson will interview Ruth Holmberg about her life in publishing and her personal favorites. On Thursday December 8th Alison Lebovitz will read from her book Am I There Yet? This event will provide an opportunity to meet th...
Keywords: Jewish Cultural Center; Jewish Federation of Greater Chattanooga; Ruth Holmberg; Alison Lebovitz; Women of Letters
|Ben Friberg Trion At Jewish Cultural Center - Julie Steele|
The Jewish Federation of Greater Chattanooga will feature Jazz night with the Ben Friberg Trio Saturday night at the Jewish Cultural Center. The music begins at 7 p.m. The trio has performed at Riverbend and Night Fall. For more information on the concert or the Jewish Cultural Center call 423-493-0270 extension 13. The Jewish Cultural center and its programs are open to anyone regardless of religious preference.
Keywords: Ben Friberg Trio; Chattanooga; Jewish Cultural Center; Jewish Federation of Greater Chattanooga; Jazz; Julie Steele
|Registration opens for Philanthropy Camp - Julie Steele|
A Chattanooga, Tn summer camp for children was designed by parents who want their children to understand the positive differences they can make in the world. Registration for Philanthrophy Camp begins on march 15th. The camp runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 26 through 30th.
Keywords: Jewish Federation of Chattanooga; First Church of the Nazarene; Philanthropy Camp
|Exhibit Focuses on Spirituality of Light - Julie Steele|
During this time of year we all are captured by the influence of light in our lives. Sometime we view colored or white lights strung on trees and other times these lights are used for cultural or religious rituals. A new exhibit at the Jewish Cultural Center will bring light into focus.
Keywords: light; spirituality of light; holidays; Jewish Cultural Center; Jewish Federation of Greater Chattanooga
|The Download Monday January 5, 2009 - 92.9 KICK-FM|
Includes an interview with Shelley Faintuch of the Jewish Federation of Winnipeg, regarding the Israel/Hamas conflict.
Keywords: The Download; 92.9 KICK-FM; Hamas; Israel; Jewish Federation of Winnipeg; Winnipeg; radio
|Martha Bergadine - 3-Nov-2006 - Katrina's Jewish Voices - Jewish Women's Archive|
Rosalind Hinton interviewed Rabbi Martha Bergadine on November 3, 2006 at Beth Shalom Synagogue in Baton Rouge. Martha helped the Jewish Federation of Baton Rouge handle the massive influx of Hurricane Katrina evacuees that poured into Baton Rouge during the aftermath of the storm. Her efforts included placing evacuees with households in the area, providing social services, and organizing search and rescue missions for both people and Torahs left behind in New Orleans...
Keywords: Jewish Women's Archive; Institute of Southern Jewish Life; Oral History; Martha Bergadine; Rosalind Hinton; Hurricane Katrina; Jewish Federation of Baton Rouge; natural disaster recovery; Hurricane Rita; Beth Shalom Synagogue (Baton Rouge); social service; Torah rescue; Hurricane Katrina evacuees; Katrina's Jewish Voices; New Orleans, LA
|William Robin 18Oct2011 Yiddish Book Center - Yiddish Book Center (Benno)|
William Robin - temple administrator and WWII veteran - was interviewed by Christa Whitney on October 18, 2011 at the Yiddish Book Center in Amherst, Massachusetts. To learn more about the Wexler Oral History Project, visit: http://www.yiddishbookcenter.org/tell-your-story To cite this interview: William Robin Oral History Interview, interviewed by Mark Gerstein, Yiddish Book Center's Wexler Oral History Project, Karmazin Recording Studio, Yiddish Book Center, October 18, 2011...
Keywords: Advice; Family history and stories re. ancestors; Childhood; Jewish Identity; Yiddish language (feelings of/about; meaning; descriptions of); Yiddish learning; Other Jewish languages; Radio; Press; Literature; Career and Professional Life; Education; Religion and ritual; Family traditions; Jewish holidays; Eastern Europe; Western Europe; United States; Food and culinary traditions; Transmission (intergenerational; cultural; social... parenting); Roots/heritage; Anti-Semitism; Jewish community (descriptions of place and social dynamics in a particular time); Shtetl; Assimilation; Travel; Hebrew; Jewish education; Jewish Federation; 1930s; 1940s; 1950s; WWII; Orthodox; Reform; William Robin; Providence RI; Brown University; GI Bill; Yiddish Book Center; National Yiddish Book Center; Wexler Oral History Project; nybc; ybc; Yiddish; Jewish culture
|Insight: A Discussion About The Israeli-Palestine Conflict / News Network / Ideateam - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
Discussion On Middle East Conflict Continues - Part 2: Israeli defense forces say missiles from the Gaza Strip have hit Sacramento's sister city Ashkelon, Israel as militant attacks ramp up in the region. The swell in assaults is in response to the kidnapping and killing of three Israeli teenagers in the West Bank last month and the grisly killing of a Palestinian teenager in Jerusalem last week. But Sacramento Area Jewish leaders say attacks on Israel were on the rise even before the death of t...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Discussion On Middle East Conflict Continues - Part 2; Israeli defense forces; missiles from the Gaza Strip have hit Sacramento's sister city Ashkelon, Israel; militant attacks ramp up in the region; swell in assaults; killing of three Israeli teenagers in the West Bank; grisly killing of a Palestinian teenager in Jerusalem; Barry Broad, President of the Board of the Sacramento chapter of the Jewish Federation; Rabbi Reuvan Taff, a rabbi for the Mosaic Law Congregation; Rabbi Reuvan Taff, a rabbi for the Mosaic Law Congregation; Wadha Abukhdeir, family member of the Palestinian teenager who was killed; David Mandel, a member of the Jewish Voice for Peace; University Of Phoenix Response To GI Bill Investigation; Aaron Glantz; University of Phoenix's Mark Brenner; Kushman By The Bottle; Rick Kushman, Capital Public Radio’s resident wine expert; Sherman Baker, Sacramento singer/songwriter; self-titled LP; Harlow’s Momo Lounge in Sacramento
|Diana Bregman Feld 13September2011 Yiddish Book Center - Yiddish Book Center (Allie)|
Diana Bregman Feld is the daughter of published Yiddish poet, Edith Kaplan Bregman. In this interview, Diana talked quite a bit about her mother, who was born in Telekhany, a shtetl in Belarus. Edith moved to the United States, to New York, with her family when she was thirteen. She read voraciously (Dreiser, Dostoyevsky, Shakespeare, all the Yiddish writers) and began writing poems as a teenager. She went to Palestine in the 1920s to take part in building the Jewish state, and there she met and...
Keywords: Family history and stories re. ancestors; Childhood; Jewish Identity; Yiddish language (feelings of/about; meaning; descriptions of); Other Jewish languages; Dance; Music; Press; Literature; Poetry; Career and Professional Life; Jewish professions; World War Two; Holocaust; Education; Jewish holidays; Israel; Zionism; Eastern Europe; United States; Politics and political movements; Yiddish Book Center; Youth group; Summer camp; Transmission (intergenerational; cultural; social... parenting); Roots/heritage; children/grandchildren of (Yiddish personalities); Urban; Shtetl; Telekhany; Belarus; Bronx; Brighton Beach; Brooklyn; Palestine; Israel; Lee; Massachusetts; Berkshires; Boynton Beach; Florida; Sholom Secunda; Zuni Maud; Mordechai Yardeni; Jacob Glatshtein; Avrom Reyzin; Dovid Pinski Yiddishe Shule; Hebrew University; Camp Kinderwelt; Temple Emanuel; Great Neck; NY; Jewish Federation; Jewish National Fund; Yidish Natsionaler Arbeter Farband; Habonim; Poale Zion; Zionist Organization of America; Reform; ybc
|Ellsworth Al Rosen 6February2012 Yiddish Book Center - Yiddish Book Center (Emily)|
Ellsworth Al Rosen was interviewed on February 6, 2012 by Christa Whitney at the Yiddish Book Center. To learn more about the Wexler Oral History Project, visit: http://www.yiddishbookcenter.org/tell-your-story
Keywords: Advice; Family history; stories about ancestors; Childhood; Jewish Identity; Yiddish language; Immigration; Migration; Music; Press; Literature; Career and Professional Life; Jewish professions; Holocaust; World War Two; Education; Religion and ritual; Family traditions; Jewish holidays; Pesakh; Passover; Israel; Eastern Europe; Western Europe; United States; Politics and political movements; Yiddish Book Center; Food and culinary traditions; Transmission; Roots/heritage; Anti-Semitism; Jewish community; Urban; Shtetl; Travel; Ellsworth Al Rosen; Der Tog; Library; Jewish Federation; Kol Nidre; Austria; Germany; France; Strudel; Connecticut; New Haven CT; New Britain CT; Chaim Grade; American Friends of Hebrew University; Facing History Facing Ourselves; Great Depression; Spanish Civil War; Conservative; GI; Infantry; Dachau; Yiddish Book Center; National Yiddish Book Center; Wexler Oral History Project; nybc; ybc; Yiddish; Jewish culture
|Leonard Fein, In Dialogue with Ira Weiner - American Jewish University|
Description: Leonard Fein, in Dialogue with Ira Weiner, at the Brandeis-Bardin Institute (Brandeis, Simi Valley, Calif.), tells the story of his family, childhood and life, as well as other topics.Call Number: Cass. 1985 2/24 HOB AWEI Sun.Rights: Rights are owned by American Jewish University (formerly University of Judaism and Brandeis-Bardin Institute). Transmission or reproduction of materials protected by copyright beyond that allowed by fair use requires the written permission of the copyri...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Los Angeles (Calif.)--Social conditions; Jewish way of life; Baʻal Shem Ṭov, approximately 1700-1760; Herzl, Theodor, 1860-1904; Bardin, Shlomo, 1898-; Fisher, Max M; Wiesel, Elie, 1928-; Brandeis Camp Institute (Brandeis, Simi Valley, Calif.); Bellow, Saul. To Jerusalem and back. Hebrew; Kaplan, Mordecai Menahem, 1881-1983; Kafka, Franz, 1883-1924; Burgess, Anthony, 1917-1993; Fein, Leonard J; Ellis Island Immigration Station (N.Y. and N.J.); Zionism; Agnosticism; Gimnasyah Hertseliyah (Tel Aviv, Israel); Israel--Emigration and immigration; Language teachers; Yiddish teachers; World Habonim (Organization); Zionism; Yiddish language; National socialism and Zionism; Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945); Durang, Christopher, 1949-; Sister Mary Ignatius explains it all for you; Jewish day schools; Camp Alonim; Jewish camps; Children of immigrants; Jews--Migrations--History--20th century; American Israel Public Affairs Committee; Jewish Federation Council of Greater Los Angeles; Lobbying; United Jewish Appeal; Israel; Aaliyah; Jerusalem; Jaffa (Tel Aviv, Israel); Prostitution--Israel; Gentiles (Jewish law); Israelis--Social life and customs; Helpfulness; Apartheid--South Africa; Boston (Mass.); Role models; Teachers; Wildavsky, Aaron B; Jews--United States--Politics and government; Capital punishment (Jewish law); Presidential elections--United States--1980-1990; Jews--United States; Reconstructionist Judaism; Reformation; Orthodox Judaism; Antisemitism; Bible. Isaiah; Kibbutzim; Oz, Amos; Jews--California--Los Angeles; Simi Valley (Calif.); Jewish children